A Message From Mr. Jeff Cox, Director of K12 Athletics

  • Parents,

    FUSD will be allowing fans at all Spring Home Events. Social distancing is strongly recommended and face coverings are required for ALL SPECTATORS. NO EXCEPTIONS! Tickets can be purchased at the gate prior to entering the field or stadium.

    Thank you,
    Jeff Cox, M.Ed.

Florence Unified School District Athletic Event Protocols

    1. ALL students, coaches and officials will be required to wear a cloth mask or gaiter for the entirety of a game/contest.
    2. Each school will complete the AIA COVID-19 Athlete/Coach Monitoring Form the day of all games/contests and provide a copy to the opposing school prior to the contest.
    3. Up to two parents or legal guardians may attend their student-athlete's home games, while wearing face masks, as allowed by the school and county guidelines. ($6.00 per ADULT, no children will be allowed into the gymnasium or stadium areas)
    4. Any school that violates any of the mandatory modifications, including the COVID-19 Return to Play Form, will lose access to AIA officiating
    5. FACE COVERINGS ARE REQUIRED. If you can’t wear a face mask due to a medical reason, please stay home and watch the live stream, see link below.
    6. NO CONCESSION STAND. Each guest will be allowed to bring in a sealed, unopened, water bottle.
    7. NO LOCKER ROOMS. Please have your athletes dressed and ready to go. They will be able to use the restroom. Volleyball will have the side of bleachers to use for stretching, etc. And football will have normal access to the field for pregame warmups.
    8. The seating in our gyms, and stadiums, will be set up to promote social distancing.


    To stream all home Florence High School basketball, wrestling and soccer games during the 2021 CLICK HERE.

Florence High School Athletics

  • Athletic Director: Shawn Cluff
    Address: 1000 S Main St, Florence, AZ 85132
    Phone: 520-866-3560

    The athletic department is an integral part of the total educational process of Florence High School.  Students learn the fundamentals of sports, teamwork and the spirit of sportsmanship.  The life lessons learned through sports will give our student-athletes positive character traits that will last throughout their lives.
    Being part of a team teaches lifelong lessons that will help mold athletes into positive contributors to society. The hope is that these experiences will help our student athletes become better fathers/mothers/ husband/wives, and positive role models.
    - Shawn Cluff, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director


Pay To Participate - High School

  • Pay To Participate (PTP) fees are $100 a sport with a cap of $400 per family.  No checks are accepted as payment for PTP Fees.  Credit Card Payments can always be made online through the in-touch portal by CLICKING HERE.  When making these payments online be sure to select the pay to participate fees and then the sport the student will be playing.   Payments made to the general athletic fund will not be accepted as pay to participate payments or refunded.  You may also take advantage of the tax credit with pay to participate fees.  Tax Credit can be claimed up to $200 for single tax filer or $400 for married tax filers.  When making a tax credit payment in the office be sure to complete the tax credit paperwork before making payment. 

    All PTP fees will be non-refundable.

Admission Fees

  • Adults: $6.00**
    Students: $4.00**

    {Admission fees are charged at all Athletic Events.} 
    We look forward to seeing you out there supporting our GOPHERS!

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